THE MONROE JOURNAL f rumi..
G. VI. BEASLEV,
R. V. KEASLtV. I
TftSDAY AHil 11, i-j.
Dogs and Psychology.
Tbc letel hradcj and plain (vLto
editur of the Statrswllr LauJmark tin
Utcly Iti-o Jicumu; (lie JcioirJa
tious vi tUe dogs Uhu si. rep, aud uses
these anu reuiaila almut leilator
ho vu l su fur the du;
! It having bees denuitelysettleJ that
Dr. A. M. Ciuitoo Bill adhere to hit
Jt trrmiuatioo to leave Uoaror, it is
: out out of place for us to sajr a orJ
about theettert of "bat bi otk in
this cooiiuunity baa beta. The value
, tbat a man ho it both strong and
consecrated uiiv be to the people
atnoog whom be uvea, la oell illus
tratcd ia bis stay here, la bis ou
rltuicb In oik hat not been to much
in drawing large cougirgatious is it
has been iu impressing, developing
and dirertiug the gromtb of the active
membership. But while we may not
THE HENDERSON TRAUEDY.
i liuiirint ou bi -r.u or rluth:ii(. j
Otliot-r l.oN rtxiii was MumliLi; j
The New lka lot I"Uy
ia consonance wun at name.
Rahncs of a iinf Ntfxo Causes rU" ,,v jihl "' the New Idea Woman' Maraice
Hi. O.De.tlttat.rf. While Vm',M 7U1,,. ! JL , r My r nnoy oel
.k.u4 ma liml, tiiiiikitij; ilimUks . ' . , .
Man and the Serious Woundine. lh: , inj)brr ,.m,vr Rbj(, .lecture in drinakioe; and in
fury department ol domestic in
ter.st. It oiK-ns with a charmi:!p
of A not her -Thought Himself as
UuuJ a W hite IVople.
Ijt4 vIl' Journal lnmlc mi u
(ion of the hiilinj: uf j..licv
uicii ly a vmiug inuUlto at 1 1 i-n.i. r
miii and the l.tlli-r d.atli at the
hantU of tlu olluvrx Tiir folloit
in,' .l.-l nl.l urv of l!n all.iir i ' a'"' '"
tol.lbr the H.-ii.Uim.ii t.ol.l l t.il: aliil 1-tir tun.. liW. the
At ilie inclit - foi iii.tmr J.iui. ' "' '"'k elltvt iu the aUl.i
Iliiuv. i-..l..iel. look a TvM tve at J Hh-M 'liu. H. an
aiimni: the white iwoidr. llm.e "llier m the lu-a.l, !. a mii.hi.
And et LegiUtute alter Lria -f - " a w, y ,lih t.iul.ul, ,! ..H. ..neon the ell-ow an.l the
ture nirvts, bills are lutr.uced to tai;""" PT'nTf" ",i" , lH,uia -u.silv W lulMakeu for a lute l""r' " " the Mile. Nitli li-ht. All
dog and to regulate or contrnl the church aud pastor, we may speak, and. , ,(jlll 1V" anv tlut , ,ii 1 lir. e cinj'l ml tln ir piti.!. !h
canine till, hut (lifse measures only in fact, deem it a duty to speak, of j,,,,, nm" . Umli) a n--re "' l!"tn'U IJ hot imii luit
exc.IeUvHy audi.w legislators ha.ePr. tro.lous character and wm k as a ...tiuk.t' tli.- man who sold it " an.! that was fatal.
I. a natiiA t, e-, .,.. k t )..... I ..
really astound.ug. -lull one tli.uU , c,,i"a of "y- does iu.t
about it. that a body of law niikeni '"lung that class-all too prevalent
b'iouIJ he stii li aniut cuwar.ls when ill of preachers who are mere meddleis,
comrs t) legilatiuu in repaid to dogs. iuJ ,ose rtuhttul innueuce is pia.ti
catly Qitlliiied by their too much and
wouml.tl to Lis iK-ath. In- thr-
luiiiM'lf I-! waul U'tw.'.-a l!i- two
wen. It: tkv turned iiih.ii Uiiu ami 'Htr by Constance rully Mcln
aaiu hi it.J lilaeii. the Imllel t) re upon The MarriaKeble Age";
Mrikui): Mr. Iloln rt.vui in the a! , I'nnna A Osbotne writes about
.l -uien. i: this time both t rvk New Yotk's Chinatown delight
ell :.nd l:..lwrt.u had th. ir ii.ds uVi Kathenne Loui Smith lellt
ami Miootitii;. litiHv-, i ,.t i.i,i ci,,. ..i
I Utenes-' ; Nancy Hull has "The
lavmc Koom" for her theme ; and
Kben Kevfotd present GarJea
G.isslp" in hi authoritative man
ner. AJd.tion to these special
featurrs. several department are
attractively set lorth, and in sh.Tt
still cs an.l verse there is unusual
epuallv when it is rvtut-mhered that
iu the sheep tmlusti y aloae these d, gs
destio. hunJietls of JulUrs' worth ot
valuable property every year and pre
vent the growth of sheep husbau.liy,
which would be a most valuable indus
try to the State and would bring much
wrillh to our people, not taking into
account the eig and other things theyj
nesiroy ana ilc iiuiuau lives mey en
danger Mom hydrophobia, t alk about
nerve' Talk about having the courage
to do right! The average legislator has
no in ore iieive tliau a chicken when it
conies to legis atiou in regard to dogs.
We u.sed to think and write ou this
subject of dogs and legislators exactly
like our conteu.prary ; indeed, we
might lay siue reasonable claim tohav-
too belittling activity. Ou the con
traiy, he is a uian to be sought out, to
be enlisted ouly wheu bis efforts are
necessary to do some beneficial work
when it is shown that he cu peihaps
do it lettei than others. A mau of
deep coiivictiou, superb moial cour
age, aud possessing practical judg
incut aud uuescelled common sense,
his is a guiding hand iu any undertak
ing. Iu the fight fur the repression of
iu-nle the tent near the eiiti-amv
took In in t I- a white h'Iii it
the time. Swn alter Itriiee h .id
taken hisseal anions the w lute h-o
pie IVIiceiuail l. A. t r.H'k.it H at
tilt inn wa ealleil to hi ptesetiiv.
I'o! it iii.ui Juliii V. ol it-'U K
in lu'.iier to Kline than lie was
Otliei-r t'rmkelt dil-eete.l It I tit to
I lie li-.t.,i- ov.nne.1 aumt lif !v.nittv Hid superior quality.
.l.vnii.M.Mt.Hit!ertei,,.VI.Mk.lm.rvlXe( ,ieJ .,llu.,ns L(fv.r
linn Im.i li..utv iilt.,r !! ii. t.a.l
U-eu m.iile to have tin
x'.itv and vhowt thai the art w.i
deliU rale and preiiiedilated on lnl Miiuu, Escllpe , , CniJ.
;l'i4"- knhw I l'i-nn.-ti
A s-eiai tMin ... i-hait.-i.il. Lilted from .n front of a fist-
.tnu m mniii a a m.iii eotiiii n-
tell 111 nee I hat hew a., in the wro.i- ...- wouii.e.. , L,ni Ar,,t,tthl,e
. i ...1....1 l ittoro luken lo L,-v ll,.iil:il in 1...I I ' 1
.Miiull an. i a-iv.i ..nil o in. -.. ,
tliivrlvoU-itM.il touched him oil '. whew th.-y w.-ie ..wiatedj
tliehoiildertoatlia.-t li!atteiiliou l'n. The wounds in U.th in
land mi notified him. Hill, e hesitat- N,-'""'s eiv ol a m-i loll nature
ed aud did tint mi-iii 1inm.mi to no lioi ol r.n.et v w.-iv en
move. h. n MM.ken to :ia:aiii lie . lertunied. However, the oiwni
kaid he had naid for liis .- at and ''oils wen- ih-i formed, the U.wel
he had a riiiht to it, the man ld
uie illegal sale oi waisney in mis I ,, , , ,,.,. ...,,. i m,,,..
county, his service has been invalu j frm Utt .viid niii.e, ou know
ab'e, and had he dune n.ilhing else j,,h aro a tMi;ro and Jou oii,;lit to
lieie, the people of this section would i have jrone . :i the oilier ide with
iug bee i a little mote strong on these have been
points than he. But we have gotten I 'hat alone,
ever that a long time ago. We iinght has made
even say that such a change has over-1 this community,
his continual debtors for
Hut his modest mauliuess
l lastillc impression unon
...l i. . !..... I aiu l"1! r'uu .iii.wii.-i,
the eolored folks.
1 1 lie same I hue to p t
Iwilhoiit having anv
telling linn al
nil and 'H
taken us as to cause us to dubt seri
ously whether we had befoie gotten
at tin- root ot the matter. We do not
uaw think tl .it it is a (Question ot ne. ve
or cowal.iu e oil the palt o! legis!at..-ls.
It is rather a dittereuce ot poiut of
l.cgi.-Iation in thi country diesu't
go tar liom tl.e hue iiuikcJ out by
public sentiment. atiJ public . -pinion
iloes not stiav long fiom ttie path ot
justice and right. Sv tin iu:es it Uav.s
the couise. t be sine. 1 ;.t ere K)iig it
makes a tick .m l again the i udder
shows a strng!, t in.e. Tins is so Uue
that vi Io n ,i in.i;i l-u.U hiiiit if f ir a
long time at vau.iuie w,tn .uvepted
vieus.it is time b r bun to rvamine
Lis own jut ni;s-i. N w. ail tbis I. as
to ,!o with tl.e j;u-!i.!;i at i-sne ruly
in tins resj ec t. It 1 i :i:g gi ni'ially an
accepted Leiiet that Hie people as a
whole get in ,ie roll, I Its ,;;t ot il gs
than from sl.ce;, t;;ev pifer to have
dogs without let, In o.h . lit e, or taxes j
An 1 so tln-ic is i;o !,miu:i 1 for it-pies !
sive legisUtl ll a.l list tl.e itogs,
Tlieie being no ilem.iu.l bn it, legisla
tors i ighfi.ily turn their atteutun to
1 logs, too, ,ue siipp ,sed to he
' " , ;ect ot iitteetum of those
' i liuiite l in their posses
- , . .' veihl s goods. AuJtheie
by liaiigK .. -' tale whnh the heading
ot this aHK,r was intended to suggest.
The dog ( wnei is t!u- only pels, u who
th:ows l.iiiii It upon the s mpathy uf
the legisl iter. All other bilks go down
to the Stale capit.d and I ,bbv for
what they w:int, I ut the d. g owner,
being too poor ta buy a ticket, stavs at
home and leln s upon the fidelity of
liis lepresentativrs, an 1 no man with:
a heart in l.ini is g ung back upon!
such ttuti!:g fai'.li. Indeed, the (a,ih;
aud abieii.e of the d. g owner bring
about a complete revolution in the
mind ol tbc legisi.it .r who has hostile
tlu'Ugbtj lowarls the digs. To linn
the distant dog ow iter 1 cronies a gen- J
tlenoiti ami a scholar ami an humble
citiien, whose rights, modest though
be his desiies, are not to be interfered
with. Aud so the dog, the only uni
versal fueiid and companion of mau
among the lower animals, is allowed
to live his days untioublcd by the tax
stand for light thinking and honoiable
art.ug in all the walks of life, high or
low, will always be an inspiration to
those who have learned lo adinue him.
His depaituie is a loss to this town
The 5uit Airainst North Carolina.
"Those Who Lift the Weight."
"Labor as we will, those who bear
the weight must stand next to it," In
that one homely aud common sense
expression Mr. Orover Cleveland set
at naught the tuns of sophistry that , f vor ot this Stale. In their argument
would be philanthropists of the North I hey scored pretty hard the State of
have been printing and speaking ol , South Dakota for allowing its sover
Out readers may recall that during
the closing davs ot ofhee of ex (..over
! or Kusseil aud ex Senator Hutler. these
worthies were said to have hatched up
a scheme by which they hoped to foice
the State of North Carolina to pay
some J.-jo.iKKi, with interest, tor bonds
which had beeu fraudulently issued
tor laikoad construction in the days of
recoiistuctiou, and which bad been te
puJiated by the State in tV-i, when
the two and a half million debt ciea
tod by the negroes and scailawags m
isi.'i, was compromised These bonds
have been held iu New Yolk for all
these yeats and were not woith five
cents ou the dollar.
N w, u.) one can sue a State, but iu
certain cases one State may sue anoth
er. The rouspirators planned with the
I'opulist senator of South lakota to
give that Sute ten of the bonds in or
der that it might sue North Carolina
in the l ulled States court to compel
their payment. The suit was argued
in the Supieme court of the l ulled
States last week. The argument be
gan Monday alternoon, continued dur
' nig the sitting of the court on Tuesday
aud was finished Wednesday morning.
Mr. Wheeler II. l'eckham and others
I of New Vork appealed for the State of
South Iakota; ex Senator I'utler aud
ex i.ov. Kusseil tor the private bond
, holdeis, aud ex Judges Shepherd aud
j Meirimoil, Mr. Geo. Kountree and At
toruey General Gilmer for North Car
olina The Supreme court justices
look much inteiest in the case, which
is an uuusual one, aud asked many
question; ami an uuusual thing was
the granting of so much time for argu
ment. Oidiiiaiily but four hours is al
lowed for argument in a case in that
com t. A decision may be reached at
this term of the court, or it may not
he handed down till next fall. It
North Carolina should be compelled to
pay all these, bonds, which il not at
all certain, the entire amount, with
accrued interest, would reach about
$1100,000. If the court holds that only
those held by South Dakota f 10,000
must be paid, the amouut will be
The counsel for North Carolina are
very sure that the decision will be in
until I got 1
HIV llliilli v 10 rents- liaek. w.u.
Ill lire' reply, and Mlieel' t'roekett ,
told him he would p-t it tot linn. ,
Homo to the lady who took up the
tickets lie Mated the c.ix- 10 lu-i
and she ill tllltilli spoke to the
man who sold the ticket. Here 1
funded the money and Uiliivi j
t'roekett g'ave it to Hum-, whuiiu 1
liu-ili.itelv pit up and left. Th.s;
was done o i-iii kl that it atttai I
oil no attention, only a few persoii;
who occupied seats elov bj know
in-' am linn.' aU'iit it. Tlien- w.us
of both U-iiig- bad!) perloiated.
Mr. loiU-rtsoii died at !:l."i Knduy
Inilit. The lioiiv was bionoht to
: II. mil ls,,, ,n 1 he bisl train Satiir
ii.iv liioi 111110 ami the luneial wits
held that ulti-i'iiooii, the burial
lenio at okebuiy.
I'.riuv died at :i n'rl.w-k S,iturday
tiioi iiitio and the body w.isbroiioht
liolile thai 11 lit. the I'lllo tal beiu
held from the eoloied I'n sbuerian
1 liuivli al -.'::ll o't-lmk Sunday
It was an aw I'ul and 1111 r.t iiiiutt"
'criii n ii.-i-, and nude frotu ivsiilt
1 :g iu the death of two men the
bitterness and livliiij; ebelidellil
by it will nut soon le oiereome.
And tin 11 the fal-- and . iini! ioiial
loiioits that h.n 0 goi.i abroad
hate done the town gn at iiijuiy.
lint I'.i m i-liniioht it all tioii I11111
rlf. And til lln- Ih w is nut so
nun h to blame, im i hapv. His em
nil illsl 111 li.mer. no I'oli-llile i n el
incur. 110 evritem.-iil h.iteter and I " "n ut. his em 11 , .11111.1, t. In
the oeeiirrvuiv w.is vmhi forp.tleii j "uin-s a.oeiatious hul maile a
bt all save llt iire i '""I ''tin and Ins negro hum. in
' In-lead oI l-uiii ' on the oppnMIe , 'oii!d Hot help iism-i I iiij; it
side and t.ikui' a -..it ainong' In
own M-ope wln-le he U-loned,
lln- left the -holt and ralne dou 11
town. He went into 1 l.llllel A. o.'
hardware -tore, here lie wa.-ein
plot ed 1 he rallied the key , and
gut his pl-lol. A tin 1110; hiui-elf he
went bark to the -how proiimU and
waited lor t Mln els t rorki-tl and
Uolieitson In rotne out. W hen the
H--'oiiiiaiiee was oter and the
i riiwd dlslx-r-ed lliev staved behind
the negro question for the last quarter
century. If any one ot commanding
position has ever spoken a clearer
word into the Northern tar upon this
subject we ha' e never seen it. No one
of our readers who is of a thoughtful
turn of mind should lad to read what
he says. It is in striking contrast to
the honied words aud bliuded actions
ol Mr. Koosevelt.
We are not of those who have writ
ten Mr. Cleveland as the greatest
American even living. Hut he is a
big man, a very big mau, and though
at his time of life most men are grum
blers or back travellers, he it yet
growiug. He is not creative, but be
il discerning above all Americans in
public life, and when the time comes
to take a stand, he doesn't get on a
ruck, but becouiei a rock himself, In
timeliness, clearness and emphasis no
man in the public eye classes bim, and
wherever bit limitations lie, ba it too
big to be provincial; ha it above sec
tionalism, that bane of American
statesmanship. Spurning tha horizon
of tha narrow-mined, bit vision unbe
fogged with the prejudices of sect or
section, bit clear eye taket in the
hole nation, and he stands today
without a rival at the first citizen of
tha Republic, tha prophet of patriot
ism', tha high priest of real Araeri
The famous Jo Jefferson will play
Kip Van Winkle in Charlotte on
the 2flth. The price of seata ban
been fixed at from one to three dollars.
eignty to be prostituted by these con
Young Man Kills Another.
A'hevilh- mi-Is1, Iwth.turliailoltr (tuwrvi-r.
A young man named Herren,
aged about 22 years, walked into
Sheriff Reed's office late this
alternoon and surrendered, saying
he had killed Charles LSritt on
Keem's creek, eight miles from
here, to-day. The trouble arose
over a woman. It seems that
Herren had stated that Hritt and
a )Oung woman of Keem's Creek
were seen in a compromising po
sition. To-day when Hritt and
Herren met on the public high
way Britt cursed Herren and at
tacked him with a knife, where
upon Herren drew his revolvet
and fired twice, both bullets strik
ing Britt directly above the heart.
Herren left immediately and came
to Asheville to Surrender, leaving
Britt lying where he fell as dead.
A message from Reem's Creek to
night however, says that Britt is
still alive, but the chances are
that he will die before morning.
The families of the men concern
ed in the tragedy are prominent
in this county.
Eight .or ten barrels of Irish
potatoes, cheap. Any kind you
want, for seed or eating purposes.
Come lo see me before yon buy.
S. R. Doster.
kini; for some one I'm- whom
liny had a warrant, thinking he
might lie Ii;iiioil' around the show
As the two olliieis r.iiue mil
of the show tent Hi lire an o-teil
them. AdilressMl t Hlieer t'lm ki It
he said he wauled an explanation
limit I11111 nlmtit inikiiio 1 1 1 111 iiiom
I1lssc.1t. The ollli-er replied Ih it
he had no explanat 1011 to in. ike. he
was only lining hi duly as an nl:i
rer, and that he 1 111 lire 1 knew he
was a iii'oro mid knew lie Inn) no
business where lie was. Al this
Kline U'O.in to 1 II I so anil -hownla
disposition o In 1114 011 tloillce.
I lorkelt told lloliin-ou to take
charge id tin-in in, that he 1I11! not
want to hate any fuss with him.
Ill nrc 1I1 lied thrin to put thru
hand-on I11111. sating that he had
lint done ;lliUlillo to Ik- ailv-tri!
lor and he would stiim through
li 1 before he would he arrested, j
at the .same time niovin up rlusrt
lo t'rorkrtt in an insolent and
threatening- utlitmle. 1 p to this
lime uo movement had U-eu nnule
to take hold of 111 lire aud no t in
Iriiee had liecii resorted lo. "You
don't know the dilleieiire lietween
a d 11 nig-gi-r mid a nej;ro." said
lirucc. "There is 110 dillerenre a
far as I know," replied t'roekett,
whereupon lli ure cursed him and
applied 11 vile epithet w hich is un
lit to print even in the form ol ab
breviation and dashes.
As he did so Bruce luinle a 1110
tiou to draw his pistol. I'roekctt
struck him with his billy but he
was not close ctioiioh and the force
of the lick was not sutliricnt to
knock his assailant down 01 pre
vrt. I him from using' his pistol.
BnngiiiK his weaon into play al
most instantaneously, Bruce put
the lim.zle ngaiiist t'px kett's l ight
breast and tired. The bullet, a 111'
calibre, produced only a slight
Ihvh wound and was found nlier-
ward in bis sock, hat ing- dropped 1
down the leg of his trousers. One I
shot passed through the front part '
of his cnit, another cut the end nt
the right coat sleeve mid powder I
burned the nil!', while still another!
passed through the bottom of the
vent four shots in -tall leaving their
If. He ti lt lllllls. ! I uliotc his
own ran- and UJirveil that lie wa-
.1- good a- a while man. Ileure he
pieleind to take a pi.ue among
while people lieu lien- al home
when-lie was known. I..it jeiir
w lieu ( .entry's dog and pony show
was here he ll.ul to Is- nuii.ted
ttoin the re-el Veil se.it sect lull
among tin-u hitcs. And on thai
invasion a- on this he w alked out
ot' I he show- 11, -trad of inning and
t tking 11 -v.it oil 1 1n- other side
among lit- ow 11 people.
runnim; train by the swirl ot air
eed. Il ixen hair tot of 20 months.
was picked up uninjured, except
far the loss id a tooth and some
scratchts on the face.
The engineer of train 1 5, of the
Southern Railway, while running
at full speed, saw a while object
on the track, and thought it was
1 bundle of paper. He was hor
rified a second later to see that he
was about to crush the life out of a
pretty babe. lie brought his train
to a stop and backed to the spot,
epecting to find a mangled form.
To Ins amazement he found the
child unhurt save fot the loss of a
To The Public.
1 .1 1 hereby recommend the L'n-
loti lenevolrnt Life Insurance
mpauy of North Carolina, Un
ion Branch, to those who desire
sale and cheap insurance as a very
di-sir.iblo, and at the same time a
safe life insur.inre. I have made
application, and also my wife and
daughter, for policies in said com
pany. M. L. Flow.
This is to state that we have
applied for polices in The Union
Benevolent Life Insurance Coin
puny, and we Iieartly recommend
the company to those who desire
insurance at the lowest possible
cost. I Ins is a home company
and our people should give it
liber il patronage.
i. 1'. W. Pi. yi kr,
Mks. P P. W. Pli.ek.
K. C Williams
I want your country produce of
i l kinds. Sec nic before you
S. K. Doster.
is good, but it's better w hen
followed up w ith a few pieces
Pretty New Furniture.
W e can give you any style
at a low- figure, and guaran
tee it to be the prettiest and
mast durable to be had.
Look over our stock.
T. P. DILLON,
Furniture Dealer and Funeral Director.
Store Phone 7; Residence Phone R4.
MKS. A. LEVY.
" for two yesrs I suffered ter
ribly from dyspepsia, witb treat
depression, ind was always feeling
poorly. I then tried Aver s Sarsa
psrilla, and In one week I was a
new man." John McOonsId,
Don't forget that it's
that will make you strong
and hopeful. Don't waste
your time and money by
trying some other kind.
Use the old, tested, tried,
and true Aycr's Sarsapa
rilla. SMS alMHs. MSranWa,
art fnr 4Mr iMk hi r arWl
SrMsrtlls. M ! .te-ut thi. rrf4
IS toMliy mSiiim. ftlbbaMilNH4
WU1 to MU
a. c aria Co . Is!.
Who Will Lead
Why A. Levy, of course. He always
does. If you will notice the great work
going on at his store you will see that he
is opening up the finest stock of
ever brought to Monroe. He has just coma back from the
bin Northern riarkets and his foods are now rolling In on
every train. The ladles in town and country arc Invited to
come In and Inspect our fine lines a dry (roods and millinery,
all that the prettiest material and the moot skillful lingers
can do for you. And as for clothing everybody knows that
Levy's "High Art Clothing"
Is the best for fit and wear told In America to-day. All that
our friends and customers need to do to get suited with the
best foods and carry off the fnest bargains in any of our
lines of goods is to come to our store.
MRS. A. LEVY. I
Wednesday Afternoon, 3 o'clock.
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DON'T FORGET THE HOUR !!
More Thai) fifteen ThousaQd Yards
of Fine Embroideries and Insertions" in strips of 4 j to 6 yard
lengths, worth from 10 to 25 cents per yard, Wednesday after
noon at 3 o'clock sharp the entire lot goes on sale at Z ,fc
Lot 2. Few hundred pieces strips and full lengths, 1 ()
one price for all widths,
Big Special SilK Sale.
Yard wide Black Taffeta, $1.25 kind,
Corded Taffeta Silk, worth double the price,
Yard Taffeta Silk, in white, .
Onr Millinery Store
Represents the brightest thoughts of the foremost de
signers of this country, and the way our trimmers are at
work shows that we have captured this whole section. Biggest
trade we ever had. Now, in order to get your hat in good
time, place your order as soon as possible.
Crowds are still flocking to
Cheapest Store on Earth.
The Best I A Pearo
m On Earth!
This space belongs to
Brimer & Huey,
in the grocery business.
They use the cash for buying and discounting
all grocery bills,
and pay the highest cash prices for all kinds of
If you fail to get the highest cash prices it is
because you fail to see them.
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m body Happy.
White Star Coffee.
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The followint, are tha prevailing
prices being, paid on tbis market to
day, the date of issue of the paper.
The market is of coarse subject to
Onions, ooe to li.io per bushel.
Irish potatoes, (5c to 75c per bushel.
Sweet potatoes, 50c to 6jc per ba.
Chickens, bens, ajc to 30c each.
Chickens, spring, according to site,
15c to jjc each.
Eggs, tie to lie per doteo.
Guineas, iie to i8e each.
Butter, 11SC to 15c per pound.
Hams, lie to ijcper pound.
Dried apples, 4 He to jc per pound.
Dried peacbea, 6c to 8c per pound
Nice white kraut at 10 cents a
Kalloo at Flow's store.
A barrel o( nice Cucumber
pickles. S. R. Doster
Bring me your scrap Iron. J.
Ideal Wedding Presents.
Our line of Sterling Silver and
Cut Glass is the finest that wc
have ever brought to this market.
It will do you good to eall and seo
the handsome display of goods
now on hand. :: :: :-:
The W. J. Rudge Co.